We are using an S7G2 with Ethernet and Wi-Fi interfaces over which we want an HTTP Server accessible.We are using the Wi-Fi AP mode for hosting the HTTP Server. The connected Wi-Fi client should be able to get an IP address from the Wi-Fi DHCP server and then access the HTTP Server.Currently using: - SSP 1.7.8 - Single IP instance for both interfaces (PRI: WiFi ATWINC1500, SEC: Ethernet) - A DHCP-Client (for Ethernet interface) - A DHCP-Server (for Wi-Fi interface) - A DNS-Client (for both interfaces)The issue is when the DHCP Client is already running for the Ethernet interface, and we start the DHCP Server for Wi-Fi, the other devices connected in the Ethernet network are assigned an IP address by the DHCP Server hosted for the Wi-Fi interface.We have bound the DHCP Server with the Wi-Fi interface and the DHCP Client with the Ethernet interface using the following APIs:- nx_dhcp_create_server_ip_address_list and nx_dhcp_set_interface_network_parameters with the Wi-Fi interface index and start the DHCP Server.- nx_dhcp_interface_start with the Ethernet interface index to start the DHCP Client.
How are things going? I'm not familiar with the Synergy devices and the application that you're trying to implement though. But other related threads I've read suggest to use separate IP instances. Have you tried if that's possible in your case and if that helps?
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